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This article addresses the question of how morphologically complex words are represented in the mental grammar of monolingual adult speakers of German. We contend that in perception, speakers assign a plural or singular meaning according to the degree of reliability to which a given shape is...
The present paper discusses two particular instances of variation in the nominal morphology of Northern Vlax Romani varieties as spoken in Hungary: the masculine oblique base and the feminine plural oblique base. The discussion is conducted in an analogical framework, relying only on surface...
This paper examines inflectional markers (signalling number, case and gender) of selected types of NN complexes in Polish, which can be regarded as attributive-appositive (ATAP) lexical units in the cross-linguistic classification of compounds proposed by Scalise & Bisetto (2009). Polish...
Suffixless action nouns are mostly analysed as deverbal derivatives (e.g., výběr ‘choice’ < vybírat ‘to choose.ipfv’), but dictionaries ascribe the reverse direction to some noun–verb pairs (útok ‘attack’ > útočit ‘to attack.ipfv’) despite being both formally and semantically close to the former...
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